You can’t manufacture personal style
We’re all familiar with the fashion rules society outlines for us:
1.Legs or cleavage—never both
2. Navy is the new black
3. When it comes to jewelry, less is more
4. Don’t mix prints
5. Sneakers should never leave the gym
6. No white after Labor Day
7. Don’t mix gold and silver
8. Belt must match the shoes
9. Head to toe denim is a no-no
10. Your bra should never be exposed.
Just stop. Please. Don’t fall victim to the trends by altering your look from season to season just because the societal manual suggested it. Style doesn’t – well, SHOULD not – come with instructions. Time to tear the pages out and shred that handbook! Rules are meant to be broken, so create a look you can call your own, and showcase your wardrobe by documenting every outfit in your own personal style-guide.
Let YOUR clothes do the talking! The way you dress speaks volumes on your individuality, so stop following the pack! You’re not a product someone else designed, stuck a label on, and hung on a rack for sale! Forget the rules and create a signature look; if you like it, wear it— stand out, and make a bold style statement. The art of fashion is ever-evolving— a constant search for popular trends that fade each season and the latest fads making an appearance for a brief second. It’s style that has no expiration date. Fashion is everywhere: style is what you do with it! Fashion belongs to everyone, styles belongs to you.